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9:50 AM
> The meaning (2) is closely related to , to the depreciated tag , and not unrelated to
I am not a native English speaker, but I think that probably he intended to say deprecated tag rather than depreciated tag.
> This verb form is often used mistakenly for deprecated.
It also includes an example:
> "Deprecated" and "depreciated" are not same. "Depreciated" is a financial term that means "lowered value". Although the meanings are similar, classes and methods are deprecated, not depreciated.
@YCor I think you wanted to say deprecated tag rather than depreciated tag. (But since I am not a native English speaker, I opted for asking in comment rather than editing what I suspect is a typo.) As this comment is not really important for further discussion, feel free to ping me here or in chat after you saw my comment - so that I know I can delete it. — Martin Sleziak 29 secs ago
As a side note, it is good to see some renewed activity in tag-related discussions on meta - for example, the three posts made by YCor this months.
 
10:41 AM
I saw that the post was edited so I have removed the above comment.
Another useful byproduct of this is that the question was bumped - maybe somebody else will join the discussion. (Although I think that most visits to the question are because it is displayed in the community bulletin.)
 

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